Huawei is a Chinese smartphone company that was founded in 1987. Though Huawei fans were through a rough time as choosing Huawei smartphones meant a harder way of accessing Google services, officials have been putting their best foot forward to execute HarmonyOS as a mainstream software. Huawei has plans to release HarmonyOS not just with Huawei smartphones, but also as an alternative to Android OS. New rivals in the making, is it?
EMUI is the current software whose latest version is EMUI 11. A new EMUI 11 build has been released for the Huawei Mate 40 series. The new was about this build was posted as a thread on the Huawei community page (China).
Check out the full changelog below with the update recommendation note from the officials-
EMUI 220.127.116.11 Updatelog-
Dear users, this update brings you a new artistic theme, from the exquisite pictures to the smooth and continuous motion effects, every moment makes the artistic breath alive on the screen. Recommend you update your experience.
From the off-screen display to the lock screen, and then to the desktop, the new theme connects every screen with coherent animation, visually flexible and unified
Optimize the camera effect of wide-angle, night scene, Leica and other modes to optimize the experience of using video scenes, and improve picture clarity
Optimize the audio output effect, bring a better audio experience
Fix the problem that the brightness bar adjustment in some scenes does not take effect.
Optimize the stability of the whole machine system
A note was added that this update will be pushed out in batches. So initially, only a very few users will get the update. Huawei officials will then look into the feedback and OS performance, and finally start rolling out for a larger audience.
However, to ensure this version of EMUI 11 is experienced by as many as possible, developers have come up with a manual registration procedure.
You can head to the Settings and look for an Early Access update to grab the early access version of EMUI 18.104.22.168 for time being. Click here if you have any trouble with finding the Early Access update.
Though you will not lose any data by updating to this build manually or via OTA, it is suggested to take back up of all your files and data.
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